Some foods are more likely to cause allergic reactions than others. These include wheat-based foods (gluten), milk, eggs, soy, fish, shellfish, sesame (tahini), peanuts, and treenuts (almonds, walnuts etc).
You should always monitor your baby closely when you first introduce a new food to their diet. Try to introduce food allergens one at a time and wait one or two days before introducing another allergen. This way, if an allergic reaction occurs it will be easier to identify which food is responsible.
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